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Fish population in Lake Kivu: review of recent advances on management and knowledge

Abstract : Mobile acoustic techniques (echo-sounding and echo-integration) for fish surveys were used in shallow waters of depths less than 5 m. These techniques show the importance of fish biomass in the side-channels and the detection of echoes in the main channel. Diurnal spatial migrations are seen. The advantages and limitations of the method as a complement to traditional sampling methods in the river are examined.
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Jean Guillard, Alexandre Richard. Fish population in Lake Kivu: review of recent advances on management and knowledge. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research , 2017, 2 (5), pp.37-42. ⟨10.22271/n.fish.2017.v2.i5.06⟩. ⟨hal-03043511⟩

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